The business name registration in 2017has increased to 1,900 – of which 1,672 were new and 228 were renewals.(With a report from PNA/PN) “With the NCs established in all 18municipalities of the province, the local businessmen were encouraged toregister their businesses,” Cardinal said. SAN JOSE, Antique – The establishmentof the Negosyo Centers (NCs) in the 18 towns of the province has boosted theDepartment of Trade and Industry (DTI)-Antique’s business name registration,the agency’s information officer Lynna Joy Cardinal said. She added the lesser number ofbusiness name registrations this year can be attributed to the fact thatnumerous businessmen in the province already had their registrations. Although they no longer expect morebusinessmen to apply as the year is about to end, the 1,047 business nameregistration is already high, she added. Micro small and medium entrepreneurs attend the Department of Trade and Industry’s briefing on business name registrations. The establishment of the Negosyo Centers in the province enabled more businessmen to register their businesses with the agency. ANNABEL CONSUELO J. PETINGLAY/PNA Cardinal added most of theregistrations in the province were then applied for by the businessmen withintheir municipalities. “The DTI business name registration isthen valid for five years,” she said. “In 2016, when the first NCs wereestablished, the business name registration reached 1,402 of which 1,202 werenew business registrations and the remaining 200 as renewal,” she said. Cardinal on Thursday added that fromJan. to Nov this year, they have registered 1,047 business names – of which 792were newly registered and 255 were renewals. “For the entire year in 2018, therewere 1,405 applications for business name registration then composed of 1,106new and 299 renewal,” Cardinal said.
The Brazil-born Spain international took his tally to four in three matches after his £32million move from Atletico Madrid with two in the frenetic 6-3 win at Everton. Costa’s goals helped his former side to the Spanish title last season after he got off to a rapid start with 10 in eight successive wins from the off. “It was very good for people who bought tickets for the game as they saw nine goals, which is good for football and the Premier League. “If every game was like this I’d be happy but the coach will show us where we made mistakes.” The coach in question, Jose Mourinho, has many examples to show them on Monday morning after expressing his dissatisfaction with how they defended. But he also gave them some credit for the way they attacked clinically. “We have scored nine goals in two Premier League games against teams in the top five last season,” he said. “The quality of our football was fantastic: every time we had the ball we were aggressive. “I prefer to win 6-0 playing fantastic football, defensively and offensively, but I want the team to play the way we did, I want them to be positive but not make defensive mistakes.” Everton manager Roberto Martinez will have a whole DVD of errors to show his shell-shocked squad with their defensive confidence in tatters after conceding 10 goals in three matches. The Spaniard admits fear has crept into their game and he will have to work hard to stop it. “We started the game very uncharacteristically for us,” he said. “We didn’t have that defensive intensity and focus you have to have, especially with a team like Chelsea, and then we were chasing the game. “We were very good going forward, I don’t think there will be many teams who will score three goals against Chelsea this season, but we were too soft with our defending. “Every time the ball was around our 18-yard box we had a real fear of it ending up in our net. “We now have conceded in three games and that is not like us at all. We kept 15 clean sheets last campaign. “We need to work and focus. It is not the technicality of conceding goals, it is the feeling. “That is something we need to change. Our attacking play was phenomenal and we need to bring that confidence into our defensive play.” Press Association Striker Diego Costa hopes his impressive start to his Chelsea career is a good omen for the club. Twelve months on Costa shows no signs of slowing down despite the hamstring problems which disrupted the end of his campaign. “We have started really well and it is always good to have a great start,” he said. “Last year we did the same and now this year too. “It is nice to score goals but for me the most important thing is the team wins but I am happy I scored and helped the team win. “Our team is a great team, it is really important to achieve great things and I am really happy to be here.” Costa scored in the first minute – after just 35 seconds – and the last, in between which were sandwiched efforts from Branislav Ivanovic, Nemanja Matic and Ramires in addition to a Seamus Coleman own goal. Kevin Mirallas, Steven Naismith and, against the club he left in the summer, Samuel Eto’o made it 2-1, 3-2 and 4-3 respectively but Chelsea always just kept one step ahead. “It was nice to score my first goal (for the club) because on this ground it is always difficult, although the most important thing is we got three points,” said midfielder Matic. “This season we play better, we have more goals in us, we are more confident in attack – we scored six goals which is not easy.
But this breach was the only one NASCAR officials deemed “unintentional.” Inspectors discovered Gordon’s car was an inch too low to the ground, but they determined the infraction a result of part failure, not an attempt to circumvent the rules. They did not take away his victory. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! But there was little celebration at the finish line, where Waltrip sat stone-faced inside his car as he battled a wave of conflicting emotions. “I’m probably the most depressed guy you have ever seen make the Daytona 500,” he said with a sigh. Gordon fails test The entire week leading up to NASCAR’s Super Bowl has been marred and upstaged by cheating scandals, so it only was appropriate that NASCAR penalized yet another driver. After Daytona 500 qualifying, Jeff Gordon’s winning car – from the second of two 150-mile qualifying duels – failed postrace inspection, and NASCAR ruled he will start the Daytona 500 42nd. Michael Waltrip cheated, apologized and then vindicated himself the only way he knew how: He drove his way into the Daytona 500. The two-time Daytona winner – almost too embarrassed to get behind the wheel after his team was caught in NASCAR’s biggest cheating scandal – capped a roller-coaster week Thursday by earning a spot in the Great American Race. “I know I am good enough to do it without having any cheating on my car,” he said. “I don’t need it. I think we proved that today.” Waltrip’s eighth-place finish in the first qualifying race at Daytona International Speedway was good enough to get him in the field.
FVAC hit the beach!It began Saturday at Templemore where Mark Connolly had assembled his senior squads targeting particular events in the months and importantly running on the grass. Mission accomplished!Sunday morning it’s off to Pollan Beach, Ballyliffin the scene of the Coastal Challenge each Easter Saturday.Well 60 young athletes assembled at Valley conditions ideal the journey to the Inishowen penninsula ahead and a great training day was had by all – a swim and a picnic thrown in for good measure. Meanwhile back at Valley track and field athletes going through their paces so all in all a really positive 2 days . A big thank you to the coaches at both locations and the parents who invariably are part of the team .Into the season ahead now schools cross country a trip to Mulladuff early October and a home venue at Castlefinn before we head into Ulster.ATHLETICS: PATSY McGONAGLE’S FINN VALLEY AC NEWS was last modified: September 24th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)